Richard Liew, Author at Giddy Up

For purpose
Profile: Coastella Music Festival

Who: Paul Brown & Gerry Paul From: Coastella Music Festival Could you describe your company and its business profile? Coastella Music Festival is a creative showcase for established and emerging, local and international musical artists as well as acting as a community springboard to launch local talent and celebrate the vibrancy of the Kāpiti Coast’s

soar print
Profile: Soar Print

Who: Fred Soar From: Soar Print Could you describe your company and its business profile? SOAR print is a 3rd generation family owned business employing around 100 people in Auckland and Hamilton. We are leaders in print innovation and technology, and have won several awards for sustainability. What are the core values of your company?

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Brands, Insights
Profile: Karma Cola

Who: Simon Coley From: Karma Cola Could you describe your company and its business profile? Karma Cola and All Good Bananas were created to produce and sell organic and Fairtrade products that are good for the land, good for the growers and good for our customers. We import and sell bananas grown in Samoa and

World Cities Culture

I have recently been curious as to why certain cities are culturally successful. In my quest for information I came across the World Cities Culture Report 2015. The report records cultural engagement from over 30 cities. The information was first published in 2012, with the second edition in 2015. Key culture cities Participating cities include

Research supports benefits of sponsorship
Research supports benefits of sponsorship

Recently, Giddy Up has been encouraging us to think about how partnering with arts organisations could be of great value to a business, dismantling some long held assumptions about sponsorship. Internationally too, there are a number of excellent examples of partnership in action. A transactional sponsor/arts organisation process occurs when money, goods or services change

Story Inc
Profile: Story Inc

Pictured above: Chapters of the Great War, The Great War Exhibition, Wellington Who: James McLean From: Story Inc Could you describe your company and its business profile? Story Inc is a Wellington-based company that creates visitor experiences of all kinds. Most of our work involves installations, exhibitions or events in physical spaces. We have been

Brown Bread
Profile: Brown Bread

Above: Bic Runga playing at the Maia Health Foundation Feast that raised in excess of $250,000. Bic is one of Maia’s ambassadors. Who: Jo Blair From: Brown Bread Could you describe your organisation and the work you perform? Brown Bread is a Christchurch-based philanthropy, communications and events agency. We package up missions, causes and brands with

The Power of YES
The Power of YES

Pictured are some Singapore public sculptures, as shared on the Giddy Up Facebook page. I’m unsure as to how they are funded, but note that they sit in front of commercial buildings as well as at the family friendly Changi Airport. Regardless of how the finance has come together, all parties benefit – as well as

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Profile: Kahui Legal

Who: Matanuku Mahuika From: Kahui Legal Could you describe your company and its business profile? Kahui Legal is a law partnership that specialises in providing advice to Māori clients across a wide range of commercial, Treaty of Waitangi, public law and resource management issues. Our main office is located in Wellington and we have recently

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For purpose
Profile: No Fefe Collective (Public Service Announcements)

Who: Anya Tate-Manning From: No Fefe Collective (Public Service Announcements) Could you describe your company and the work you perform? The No Fefe Collective is the company of artists behind the political satire production, Public Service Announcements (PSA). The name No Fefe means ‘no fear’ in Samoan. This is a reflection of our core value